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Jessica Claire
, , 609 Johnson Ave., 49204, Tulsa, OK 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor
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Summary

Efficient ED Registered Nurse with 30 years of experience. Successful at providing fast and accurate assessments and working calmly under pressure. Collaborate well with doctors to maintain top-notch healthcare practices.

Skills
  • Patient monitoring
  • Medical screening
  • Unit administration
  • Gastrostomy tube care
  • SBAR communication
  • IV drug therapy management
  • Direct and Indirect Patient Care
  • Infant CPR certified
  • Colostomy care familiarity
  • Critical care
  • Psychiatric and Mental Health Care
  • Nursing Plan Development and Modification
  • BAC screening/drug screen collection
  • Nursing Plan Development
  • Patient Satisfaction and Process Improvement
  • Staff Development and Precepting
  • Intake and discharge
  • Flow sheet charting
  • Medication and IV administration
  • Ventilator care
  • Patient relations
  • Taking vitals
  • Medical assessment
  • OR and ER experience
  • Tracheostomy care
  • Body mechanics knowledge
  • Culturally-sensitive care
  • Patient Care
  • Seizure management
  • Family and patient support
  • Electronic Health Records Management
  • Acute and rehabilitative care
  • Patient education and counseling
  • Culturally sensitive
  • Geriatric treatment knowledge
  • Patient care planning
  • BAC screen/drug screen collection ability
  • Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) certification
  • Documenting vitals
  • Follow-up calls
  • IV and venipuncture certified
  • Gastroenteral nutrition education
  • Coordinating referrals
  • Diabetes management
  • Patient Management
  • Epic EHR Management
  • Patient discharging
  • Strong medical ethic
  • Palliative and Pain Management
  • Inpatient and outpatient care
Experience
09/2018 to 08/2021
RN iN ED Baptist Memorial Health Care Kosciusko, MS,
  • Monitored and managed various treatment and care interventions.
  • Updated physicians on patient test results and assisted in developing care plans.
  • Performed blood and blood product transfusions and intravenous infusions to address patient symptoms or underlying causes.
  • Collected lab specimens, ordering and interpreting diagnostic tests and lab results.
  • Monitored and recorded patient condition, vital signs, recovery progress and medication side effects.
  • Administered medications, tracked dosages and documented patient conditions.
  • Supervised nurse administration of oral, intramuscular and IV medications to patients as prescribed, monitoring responses for adverse reactions.
  • Treated patients suffering from chronic and acute medical concerns, including asthma, seizure disorders and pneumonia.
  • Trained new RN hires and ancillary staff members to meet patient service goals, champion standards of care and improve patient overall satisfaction.
  • Trained and mentored new RNs on best practices, hospital policies and standards of care.
  • Prioritized nursing tasks and assignments and accurately reported patient status.
  • Counseled patients and caregivers, providing emotional, psychological and spiritual support.
  • Maintained personal and team compliance with medication administration standards and patient care best practices.
  • Treated patients using pharmacological and non-pharmacological treatment modalities to address various disorders, diseases and injuries.
  • Assessed patients' response to treatment and suggested ways to combat side effects.
  • Improved patient outcomes and quality of care by determining and suggesting changes to processes.
  • Collaborated with doctors to plan post-treatment home care and prevent return hospitalization.
  • Developed and adapted individualized treatment plans according to patient recovery goals.
  • Assessed patients in active drug and alcohol withdrawal and provided interventions to manage physical and psychological withdrawal symptoms.
  • Delivered care to [Number] patients per day, including coordinating and evaluating interdisciplinary care.
  • Used feedback and clinical data to improve care quality and patient outcomes.
  • Acted as patient advocate and implemented total patient care through team nursing process.
  • Promoted healthy lifestyle choices to reduce re-emergence of painful or dangerous symptoms.
  • Set up trays, supplies and sterile fields for office procedures.
  • Reached out to patients to convey lab results and provide care instructions.
  • Facilitated patient flow during emergency situations, directing evacuations, admissions and transfers.
  • Worked with management to identify and implement initiatives to increase nursing staff retention, morale and satisfaction.
  • Advanced nursing competencies through participation in simulation exercises and practice improvement projects.
  • Maintained optimal ventilator settings and operations to meet patient care needs.
  • Coordinated and managed care for patients undergoing myocardial infarction screening and anticoagulation therapies.
  • Developed and maintained quality care systems and standards, including creating and improving medical protocols and guidelines.
  • Completed and maintained personal Performance-Based Development System (PBDS) standards to show consistent clinical competency and sound judgment.
  • Prepared for HIPAA and Joint Commission reviews, making required brochures and pamphlets available to patients in all clinics.
09/2017 to 09/2018
RN PACU City, STATE,
  • Monitored and managed various treatment and care interventions.
  • Updated physicians on patient test results and assisted in developing care plans.
  • Performed blood and blood product transfusions and intravenous infusions to address patient symptoms or underlying causes.
  • Collected lab specimens, ordering and interpreting diagnostic tests and lab results.
  • Monitored and recorded patient condition, vital signs, recovery progress and medication side effects.
  • Administered medications, tracked dosages and documented patient conditions.
  • Treated patients suffering from chronic and acute medical concerns, including asthma, seizure disorders and pneumonia.
  • Oversaw patient admission and discharge processes to coordinate related paperwork.
  • Assisted patients with healing and recovery after surgery by closely monitoring and caring for wounds, answering questions and educating about continued care strategies.
  • Prioritized nursing tasks and assignments and accurately reported patient status.
  • Counseled patients and caregivers, providing emotional, psychological and spiritual support.
  • Maintained personal and team compliance with medication administration standards and patient care best practices.
  • Treated patients using pharmacological and non-pharmacological treatment modalities to address various disorders, diseases and injuries.
  • Assessed patients' response to treatment and suggested ways to combat side effects.
  • Improved patient outcomes and quality of care by determining and suggesting changes to processes.
  • Collaborated with doctors to plan post-treatment home care and prevent return hospitalization.
  • Developed and adapted individualized treatment plans according to patient recovery goals.
  • Delivered care to [Number] patients per day, including coordinating and evaluating interdisciplinary care.
  • Acted as patient advocate and implemented total patient care through team nursing process.
  • Promoted healthy lifestyle choices to reduce re-emergence of painful or dangerous symptoms.
  • Reached out to patients to convey lab results and provide care instructions.
  • Conducted post-op reviews, tracked patients' vitals and monitored fluids to reach optimal care targets.
  • Advanced nursing competencies through participation in simulation exercises and practice improvement projects.
  • Maintained optimal ventilator settings and operations to meet patient care needs.
  • Developed and maintained quality care systems and standards, including creating and improving medical protocols and guidelines.
  • Completed and maintained personal Performance-Based Development System (PBDS) standards to show consistent clinical competency and sound judgment.
09/1987 to 09/2017
RN iN ED BEVERLY City, STATE,
  • Monitored and managed various treatment and care interventions.
  • Updated physicians on patient test results and assisted in developing care plans.
  • Performed blood and blood product transfusions and intravenous infusions to address patient symptoms or underlying causes.
  • Collected lab specimens, ordering and interpreting diagnostic tests and lab results.
  • Monitored and recorded patient condition, vital signs, recovery progress and medication side effects.
  • Administered medications, tracked dosages and documented patient conditions.
  • Supervised nurse administration of oral, intramuscular and IV medications to patients as prescribed, monitoring responses for adverse reactions.
  • Treated patients suffering from chronic and acute medical concerns, including asthma, seizure disorders and pneumonia.
  • Trained new RN hires and ancillary staff members to meet patient service goals, champion standards of care and improve patient overall satisfaction.
  • Trained and mentored new RNs on best practices, hospital policies and standards of care.
  • Oversaw patient admission and discharge processes to coordinate related paperwork.
  • Prioritized nursing tasks and assignments and accurately reported patient status.
  • Counseled patients and caregivers, providing emotional, psychological and spiritual support.
  • Maintained personal and team compliance with medication administration standards and patient care best practices.
  • Treated patients using pharmacological and non-pharmacological treatment modalities to address various disorders, diseases and injuries.
  • Assessed patients' response to treatment and suggested ways to combat side effects.
  • Improved patient outcomes and quality of care by determining and suggesting changes to processes.
  • Used vast number of teaching strategies in coordination of lesson creation and planning to meet diverse group of students' specific needs.
  • Collaborated with doctors to plan post-treatment home care and prevent return hospitalization.
  • Developed and adapted individualized treatment plans according to patient recovery goals.
  • Assessed patients in active drug and alcohol withdrawal and provided interventions to manage physical and psychological withdrawal symptoms.
  • Delivered care to [Number] patients per day, including coordinating and evaluating interdisciplinary care.
  • Used feedback and clinical data to improve care quality and patient outcomes.
  • Monitored and educated nursing students and externs on proper care procedures and prioritization strategies.
  • Acted as patient advocate and implemented total patient care through team nursing process.
  • Promoted healthy lifestyle choices to reduce re-emergence of painful or dangerous symptoms.
  • Set up trays, supplies and sterile fields for office procedures.
  • Reached out to patients to convey lab results and provide care instructions.
  • Facilitated patient flow during emergency situations, directing evacuations, admissions and transfers.
  • Advanced nursing competencies through participation in simulation exercises and practice improvement projects.
  • Maintained optimal ventilator settings and operations to meet patient care needs.
  • Coordinated and managed care for patients undergoing myocardial infarction screening and anticoagulation therapies.
  • Developed and maintained quality care systems and standards, including creating and improving medical protocols and guidelines.
  • Supervised ancillary staff of [Number] on-call nurses, including scheduling shifts, delegating assignments and monitoring quality of care.
  • Completed and maintained personal Performance-Based Development System (PBDS) standards to show consistent clinical competency and sound judgment.
  • Initiated review, revision and creation of operational policies within emergency department.
09/1984 to 09/1987
RN oN TELEMETRY BEVERLY City, STATE,
  • Utilized telemetry to monitor patients cardiac status.
  • Handled telemetry monitoring of patients cardiac rhythms.
  • Recorded patients' medical history, vital statistics and test results in electronic medical records.
  • Administered medications in proper dosages as detailed by physicians on patient charts.
  • Educated patients on health conditions and promoted better nutrition and holistic stress relief methods.
  • Administered medications, monitored edemas and took blood and other body fluid samples for diagnostic purposes.
  • Treated patients using pharmacological and non-pharmacological treatment modalities to address various disorders, diseases and injuries.
  • Collaborated with doctors to plan post-treatment home care and prevent return hospitalization.
  • Listed all important information regarding patient health changes, medication side effects and treatments for physician review.
  • Performed rounds on [Timeframe] basis on cardiac floor, checking on patients' well-being.
  • Monitored vital signs for critically ill patients using advanced technologies and equipment, including [Type].
  • Identified irregular telemetry readings and initiated corrective action plans.
  • Communicated with patients and family members to explain conditions and medications.
  • Calculated and administered IV, oral and subcutaneous medications, monitoring for adverse side effects.
  • Coordinated with health care team members to assess, plan, implement and evaluate patient care plans.
  • Supervised patient health parameters, including blood pressure, heart activity, blood oxygen saturation and breathing activity.
  • Read and interpreted lab test result values to develop, monitor and adjust care.
  • Educated patients and families to manage illness with post-treatment home care needs, nutrition, exercise programs and self-administration of medication.
  • Assessed and evaluated assigned patients to facilitate diagnoses and implement focused care.
  • Conducted patient tests and administered medications.
  • Documented nursing care and patient response to treatment in EHR system.
  • Assisted [Area of expertise] physicians during examinations and various procedures.
  • Adjusted specialized equipment to record electronic displays of patients.
Education and Training
Expected in 06/1981 to to
DIPLOMA: NURSING
LAWRENCE MEMORIAL HOSPITAL SCHOOL oF NURSING - MEDFORD MASS,
GPA:
Expected in to to
TOOK A FEW CLASSES TOWARDS BACHELORS DEGREE: NURSING
ENDICOTT - BEVERLY MASS,
GPA:
Certifications
  • Basic Life Support (BLS) Certification [year to present]
  • TNCC - Trauma Nurse Core Course
  • CPR certified through American Heart Association
  • Pediatric Life Support (PALS) Certification [year to present]
  • RN License - 2022

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School Attended

  • LAWRENCE MEMORIAL HOSPITAL SCHOOL oF NURSING
  • ENDICOTT

Job Titles Held:

  • RN iN ED
  • RN
  • RN iN ED
  • RN oN TELEMETRY

Degrees

  • DIPLOMA
  • TOOK A FEW CLASSES TOWARDS BACHELORS DEGREE

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